Hypocarnitinemia

Last Updated: August 16 2022

Carnitine is a substance in the body that transports fatty acids into the mitochondria to be used for energy. Hypocarnitinemia refers to low levels of carnitine in the blood that can be caused by a genetic disorder, low carnitine production, or reduced carnitine absorption.

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